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  • Premises LiabilitySlip and FallPersonal Injury

    When Your Landlord Is Liable for Your Snow/Ice Slip-and-Fall

    By Sara Director

    4 hours. That is the time limit New York City landlords have to remove snow and ice from the sidewalks in front of their property after a storm has ended. Should someone slip and fall due to a snow and/or ice condition which was ignored by a New York City landlord, that landlord may be […]

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    Landlord Liability and the “Open and Obvious” Hazard

    By Michael Barasch

    If you suffered a trip and fall or slip and fall accident on someone’s property, you probably feel you’re entitled to compensation. There was a hazardous condition on the property, and the landlord should have known better! However, the law must also ask whether you, too, should have known better. New York premises liability law […]

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